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#RogueOne The latest Rogue One trailer: a breakdown of all its hidden clues

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Maverick One as of now has a mystery and a general trailer, however the most recent (and evidently last) trailer contains a ton of extra new footage. Which is to say it's loaded down with more signs and clues to fixate on while we sit tight eagerly for December. Like with the customary trailer, how about we delve in and see what it uncovers.

Be cautioned, however this is theory, there are likely a few spoilers ahead.

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This new trailer opens with a grand take a gander at a ringed planet, with a Supreme transport coming in for an arrival.

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This slices to what gives off an impression of being a ranch, where somebody is investigating the Magnificent landing group.

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The group is made out of Death Troopers, which are a piece of the Majestic Insight division, with a group working under Executive Krennic, who's high up in the Propelled Weapons Look into division. We've seen them in before trailers, and they are, exceptionally terrifying.

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Next up, we get our first look at Galen Erso, a splendid weapons fashioner who is obviously instrumental in bringing the Demise Star on the web. This is likely a flashback to when Krennic enrolled Erso for the occupation.

Erso tells his little girl Jyn that he's doing this to ensure her, and in resulting shots, she's stowing away in the hedges.

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Nothing says "enrollment" like a squad of uncommon strengths stormtroopers at your back.

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This is a more youthful Krennic than we found in the before trailers, which demonstrates that he's been at this venture for some time. We got our most punctual looks of the Demise Star path back in Assault of the Clones, and later in Requital of the Sith.

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Jyn awakens from this obvious flashback in a Royal jail, based on the trooper positioned outside. We know she's been living all alone since her high schoolers, and it's possible that she's gotten into issue with the law.

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Here's a cool shot of the planet Jedha, which, as we called attention to in our last breakdown, is a kind of sacred land for Jedi, and where we'll later observe a firefight.

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Blast. Poor Stormtrooper.

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"You need to leave?" Diego Luna's Chief Cassian Andor is behind the blast and has all the earmarks of being breaking Erso out of her cell. It's not clear precisely when or where this is: the roof looks more cutting edge than the rougher cell that she was in a minute back.

Our figure here? Jyn Erso had been caught by the Domain, and was broken out by Skipper Andor and some different revolts on Jedha, after they made sense of her association with her dad and his work on the Passing Star. On the other hand, she's caught at some point later in the film, and broken out once more.

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Truly flawless overhead shot of the U-Wing headed some place on Jedha. We've seen comparative shots in before trailers, yet now we can see that some of those edges are the remaining parts of a mammoth statue of a Jedi.

In a voice-over, Mon Mothma clarifies that the insubordination is all that there is to push back against the Realm.

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We're back to a well known area: Yavin IV, where the Defiance is based, and where we saw Jyn pulled in binds in the last trailer.

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We've seen different bits of this scene in prior footage, however now, obviously the Resistance is keen on a certain something: Jyn's dad, who is chipping away at another superweapon.

As indicated by the main trailer for the film, Jyn has been all alone since the age of 15, so it's conceivable that she hasn't got notification from her father in a while. "What is this?" she inquires. She's plainly not been staying aware of her dad's exercises.

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Sliced to an extremely Royal looking base as Mon Mothma clarifies that Galen Erso seems to be "basic to the improvement of a superweapon."

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Sliced to two shots of a much more seasoned Galen Erso and Executive Krennic (who doesn't look extremely glad).

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Here's an entirely shot of the Passing Star, circling what is most likely Scarif, where it was developed (and where we'll see some huge fights later on).

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"On the off chance that my dad assembled this thing, we have to discover him," Jyn tells Andor. It would appear that the Disobedience is going to attempt to utilize Jyn as an individual edge to get the data they require on the Passing Star.

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"Okay, what number of do we require?" Baze Malbus inquires. One of the common hypotheses of this film is that it's part heist film, of which a major segment is gathering the group that will do it. This positively looks like Andor and Erso should locate the right individuals to take the arrangements.

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Alan Tyduk's K-2SO lets them know that somebody is asking for a call sign. "Maverick," Riz Ahmed's Bodhi Rook says. "Rebel One." Film title!

The Rebel call sign has an especially distinctive history in Star Wars: it was what the squadron on Hoth, and later at Endor utilized, and was later the reason for a progression of books and funnies by Michael A. Stackpole. In the more seasoned standard, Rebel Squadron rose out of Red Squadron, which had battled at Yavin IV in Another Trust.

It's not by any means clear if this unit is the birthplaces of the later squadron, or in the event that they simply share the name. Undoubtably, there'll be a novel or short story that will diagram the bare essential.

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A demonstration of the new-ness of the Demise Star. Pleasant, glossy floors for emotional impressions of Darth Vader.

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Executive Krennic conversing with Darth Vader: "The power that we are managing here is inconceivable." Given Vader's position on the Passing Star in Another Trust, it sounds like he's not by any stretch of the imagination persuaded about its potential. Additionally, the way Krennic says "power" is astonishing.

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We knew the Demise Star was enormous, however it's pleasant to get an update.

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Sliced to a scene regulating another planet, which looks like Jedha. This is the same room where Senator Tarkin requested the decimation of Alderaan only a short while after this film closes. Given the planet's noteworthiness with regards to Jedi, it bodes well that the Domain would need it annihilated.

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We're back on Yavin IV, where one revolt asks: "If the Domain has this sort of force, what chance do we have?"

This is intriguing, on the grounds that it looks as if the Disobedience as of now has a portion of the Passing Star's arrangements. They're plainly mindful of the way of the Demise Star, yet need itemized plans for the establishment.

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Troopers on Jedha are moved down by an AT-ST (Off-road Scout Transport) amid what has all the earmarks of being a pitched fight. We've seen some of this battle in prior trailers.

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"We have trust," Jyn Erso says to a gathering of Dissidents. "Uprisings are based on trust." Perhaps this is in the result of another fight that didn't go well? It absolutely appears like a "rally the troops" kind of minute, just as somebody asked what they had cleared out.

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A lovely picture of Scarif, where the Demise Star was purportedly fabricated. This unquestionably resembles a Supreme office. We definitely know from past trailers this wonderful shoreline setting will have a fight amongst Supreme and Revolt troopers.

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Maverick One has been depicted as a war film by its chief, Gareth Edwards. There's positively been some visual correlations with World War II, particularly based off of the footage from prior trailers. This scene resembles it's privilege out of something from the Pacific Theater of Operations.

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"They have no clue we're coming," Erso says. Sneak assault! These two shots indicate Skipper Andor and Erso in mask as Supreme Strengths. K-2SO mixes right in. We've seen that famous shot of Jyn in protection as of now, despite the fact that without the head protector. Toys have uncovered that she is wearing a Supreme Ground Team uniform. It would appear that the visor is retractable, which gives this outfit an especially marvelous look.

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Here's brisk shot of an assault in the rain, which we found in the last trailer. It would appear that the Maverick group has some air bolster.

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What's more, here are some slick inhabitants of Jedha.

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Baze Malbus takes out some Royal troopers before a brought down X-Wing as Donnie Yen's Chirrut Îmwe says that The Compel is solid.

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Here's another shot of that night strike as a squadron of X-Wing and Y-Wing warriors set out some discipline.

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Hop to the fight on Scarif, where we get a look at the new Shoretroopers, while Bodhi Rook resembles he's grappling with something. The following shot sees him going through the fight into an entryway.

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A dynamite picture of X-Wings in space. This resembles it's come right off of the old Michael A. Stackpole/Aaron Allston X-Wing arrangement covers.

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The Drive Stirs had some mind boggling starfighter scenes, and this looks as if it'll stand up there with that.

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We got a look at this X-Wing pilot in fight in the in the background cut from Festivity.

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K-2SO's abilities clearly reach out to flying a ship.

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There's a voiceover from Erso that is truly helpful: "We'll take the following risk, and the following. You're dissidents, right?"

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Here's something exploding fantastically. This appears to be like another scene in the last trailer, when Erso and Andor escape by means of the U-Wing. (My associate Chris Plante is persuaded this is a Star Destroyer colliding with the planet's surface.)

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We get one more shot of Vader, entering drastically toward Executive Krennic. We're somewhat amazed at how minimized his part shows up here, given how his nearness snatched features with the last trailer. He feels practically like a bit of hindsight.

Galen Erso, on his knees, does not look cheerful. This looks just as it associates back to the prior shot of him in this trailer. Possibly the Demise Star is behind calendar, and Krennic is taking it out on the creator?

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"Spare the Disobedience!" Woods Whitaker's Saw Gerrera shouts out. "Spare the fantasy." I

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